plantae and fungi
a place was destroyed by volcani eruption.what organism could successfully colonize first
He wanted to colonize land so he found this land and was going to colonize it
The first to colonize Jamaica is the Spaniards
china was the first country to colonize Vietnam
I would say Archeabacteria because these organisms are found in all sorts of environments that no other organism could possibly survive in.
Around 400 to 350 million years ago the fist vertebras clambered onto land, they were tetrapods.
Portuguese were the first and largest group to colonize Brazil.
Spain was the first European power to colonize California.
These people decided to colonize this abandoned piece of land and take it as their own.
The First European group to colonize Brazil was...The Spanish
The context was Canada trying colonize his land. Actually they did colonize his land and all of Western Canada using bloody force and mass immigration.
Fungi, algae and plants were the first multicellular organisms to invade land, followed by invertebrates, and finally the first tetrapods. Amphibians did not 'invade land'.
We can't colonize it because we can't land on it.
Portugal & Spain were the first to Colonize the Americas & the outlying Islands.
Spain was the first European country to colonize the West Indies.
This is typically because they need more land.
New land to colonize.
The purpose of a mission was to colonize new land.